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GDC Ramnagar organizes awareness lecture
3/26/2024 10:14:54 PM
Early Times Report
UDHAMPUR, Mar 26: In alignment with the nationwide initiative of "Nashamukt Bharat Activities" during the Azaadi Ka Amrut Kaal, GDC Ramnagar took a significant step towards raising awareness on the theme with an insightful lecture titled "Nasha Mukti Se Samridha Loktantra: Role of Youth." The event, held under the patronage of Principal Prof. Dr. Bhavnaish Chand and organized by the NCORD Cell of the College in collaboration with the Viksit Bharat Cell, aimed to emphasize the pivotal role of youth in combating substance abuse and fostering a prosperous democracy.
Dr. Pankaj Sharma, Head of the English Department at GDC Ramnagar, extended a warm welcome to the attendees, setting the stage for an enlightening discourse. The lecture, delivered by Prof. Manmohan Singh, Head of the History Department at GDC Ramnagar, underscored the transformative potential of youth, citing examples of successful initiatives in combating substance abuse. Prof. Singh highlighted the detrimental effects of drug addiction, drawing parallels with civic responsibilities such as voting. He emphasized that substance abuse impedes individuals from exercising their voting rights effectively, thus hampering the democratic process. Furthermore, he envisioned a scenario where empowered youth take charge of the anti-drug movement, reshaping societal norms and policies.
Addressing the audience, Principal Dr. Bhavnaish Chand commended the efforts of the NCORD Cell and Viksit Bharat Cell for organizing the awareness lecture. Dr. Chand shed light on the grave consequences of ignoring the issue of narcotics and intoxicants abuse, urging students, staff, and parents to proactively monitor and address the problem at its onset. He emphasized the importance of safeguarding the youth demographic dividend to ensure the nation's progress and prosperity.
The program culminated with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sham Singh, Nodal Officer of the NCORD Cell, expressing gratitude to all participants for their active engagement and commitment to creating a drug-free society. Through initiatives like these, GDC Ramnagar reaffirms its commitment to nurturing socially responsible citizens and fostering a culture of awareness and action against substance abuse for the betterment of society and the nation at large.
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